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International Journal of Chemistry
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ISSN (Print) 1916-9698 - ISSN (Online) 1916-9701
Published by CCSE Homepage  [43 journals]
  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for International Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 14,
           No. 2

    • Abstract: International Journal of Chemistry wishes to acknowledge the following individuals for their assistance with peer review of manuscripts for this issue. Their help and contributions in maintaining the quality of the journal is greatly appreciated. Many authors, regardless of whether International Journal of Chemistry publishes their work, appreciate the helpful feedback provided by the reviewers.  Reviewers for Volume 14, Number 2   Ahmad Galadima, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, NigeriaAyodele Temidayo Odularu, University of Fort Hare, South AfricaBingxin Zhao, The Theory Tech. Co., Ltd., ChinaChennaiah Ande, University of Georgia, USAFarhaoui Mohamed, National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE), MoroccoFatima Tuz Johra, Kookmin University, BangladeshFes Sun Fabiyi, Bowen University, NigeriaGanyuan Xiao, PrimeLink BioTherapeutics Limited, ChinaGholam Hossain Varshouee, National Petrochemical Company, IranHo Soon Min, INTI International University, MalaysiaKhaldun Mohammad Al Azzam, Al-Ahlyyia Amman University, JordanNanthaphong Khamthong, Rangsit University, ThailandNejib Hussein Mekni, Al Manar University, TunisiaNurul Jannah Abd Rahman, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, MalaysiaRabia Rehman, University of the Punjab, PakistanSintayehu Leshe, Debre Markos University, EthiopiaSitaram Acharya, Dallas College, USAVinícius Silva Pinto, Instituto Federal Goiano, Brazil Albert JohnOn behalf of,The Editorial Board of International Journal of Chemistry Canadian Center of Science and Education
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Oct 2022 11:56:46 +000
       
  • Antibacterial and Antifungal Activity Essay of Alkaloids Extracted from
           Four Combretaceae Used in Senegal

    • Abstract: The use of medicinal plants remains important in West Africa where Combretaceae are among the most widely used for the treatment and herbal teas. The objective of this study is to extract total alkaloids from four plants of the Combretaceae family and test their antibacterial and antifungal activities. The results of the extraction showed that Combretum glutinosum is the richest with 0.61% in alkaloids. It is followed by Anogeissus leiocarpus, 0.13%. The study of antimicrobial activity has globally shown that alkaloids are more active against fungi than against bacteria. In this study, the lowest MIC, 93µg/ml, was obtained with alkaloids from Guiera senegalensis against Staphylococcus aureus. On the other hand, the total alkaloids extracted from Combretum glutinosum are the only ones that are active against all strains, both bacterial and fungal.
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Oct 2022 11:49:49 +000
       
  • Efficacy and Safety of Essential Oils in The Control of Mosquito: A Review
           of Research Findings

    • Abstract: For millennia, people have utilized essential oil-rich plants to control mosquitoes and other hematophagous insects. A review of the literature found that terpenoids and "sesquiterpenoid-rich oils" were effective in mosquito control. Due to the benign impression and successful prevention of mosquito bites, there has been a recent surge in the acceptance of biobased agents as mosquito control solutions, in conjunction with the worldwide demand to take action to battle climate change and its consequences. Materials for this review, which included works published for the last decade and even earlier, were sourced from the research databases Scopus, Web of Science, PubMed, ERIC, IEEE Xplore, ScienceDirect, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), and JSTOR using the keywords "essential oils," "larvicidal activity," "oviposition deterrent," "repellents," "toxicity," "safety," and "efficacy." " Recent research has found that low and middle-income African populations prefer plant-based repellents over manufactured chemical repellents such as N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide and N, N-diethyl phenylacetamide. Although ethnobotanical studies have demonstrated that biobased repellents are effective, environmentally friendly, and have almost no biohazard impact, they are also a source of bioactive substances for the creation of novel mosquito repellent products. The World Health Organization and other relevant agencies have yet to certify and accept the bulk of these plants with potential viability. Furthermore, there is a very limited comparison list of the efficiency and safety of these plant-based repellents. As a result, there is a need to further investigate these bio-based natural repellents and their formulations for successful mosquito control, allowing for the production of novel repellents that deliver high repellence while also ensuring consumer safety.
      PubDate: Thu, 27 Oct 2022 02:17:19 +000
       
  • Analysis of Water Quality Using Physico-Chemical Parameters in Different
           Cities of Pakistan

    • Abstract: Present study was carried out to assess different parameters (physiochemical) of water for public health safety. 25 samples from majority of areas of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) along with Rawalpindi and Islamabad were chosen. Total twelve parameter which include color, odour, pH, TSS (total suspended solids), TDS (total dissolved solids), Na (Sodium), K (Potassium), hardness, alkalinity, EC (Electric Conductivity), Cl (Chloride) and SO4 (Sulphate) were assessed for each sample and were compared with WHO and other limits. Results showed that very few samples 3 out of 14 in Mardan, 5/12 in Bannu, 2/11 in Buner, 3/4 in Batkhela, 1/6 in Malakand, 2/4 in Shangla, 3/18 in Mansehra, 2/7 in Karak, 1/17 in Kohat, 2/5 in Upper Dir, 3/12 in Islamabad, 3/11 in Abbottabad and 2 out of 17 samples were found to have objectionable color and odour. None of the samples exceeded the permissible limit of WHO for pH, TDS, alkalinity, Cl and SO4. While, other parameters like TSS was higher in 9 samples, Na in 2, K in 6, hardness in 1 and EC in 7 as compare to permissible limit. It was recommended that proper water treatment especially effective chlorination with residual chlorine be rendered at all sources in order to achieve safe water quality up to the consumer’s end. However, it is also important to investigate other potential water contaminations such as chemicals and microbial and radiological materials for a longer period of time, including human body fluids, in order to assess the overall water quality of Pakistan.
      PubDate: Thu, 20 Oct 2022 02:31:04 +000
       
  • Use of a Reactive Distillation in the Process of Producing Diethyl Ether
           Using Dewatering of Ethanol

    • Abstract: Diethyl ether is considered as one of the simplest and lightest oxygenated fuels, which has higher octane and thermal energy than dimethyl ether. Diethyl ether can be considered as one of renewable fuels and is produced by applying a reactive distillation method. Reaction distillation is a complex process in the chemical industry in which the chemical separation and the chemical reaction are carried out simultaneously. In this paper, applying a high purity ethanol dewatering, the process of reactive distillation in the production of diethyl ether is simulated by using Aspen Hysys software. Different models of activity coefficients have been analyzed in this paper. The best model for molecular diethyl ether was found to be one of the most important cases in simulating a diethyl ether unit to obtain a strong thermodynamic model for highly unrealistic behavior of fluid-liquid-vapor balance in this system. Finally, results of simulation with the data are compared and a very good match has been observed.
      PubDate: Sat, 08 Oct 2022 12:33:32 +000
       
  • Crystal Growth, Structural and Thermal Studies of FeC4H4O6·2.5H2O

    • Abstract: Single crystals of iron(II) tartrate hemi-pentahydrate, FeC4H4O6·2.5H2O, were grown by the gel method using silica gels. Differential scanning calorimetry, thermogravimetric-differential thermal analysis, and X-ray diffraction measurements were performed on the single crystals. The space group symmetry (orthorhombic P212121) and structural parameters were determined at room temperature. The crystal structure consisted of slightly distorted FeO6 octahedra, C4H4O6 and H2O molecules, C4H4O6–Fe–C4H4O6 chains jointed by Fe–O bonds, and O–H···O hydrogen-bonding frameworks between adjacent molecules. Weight losses due to thermal decomposition of the crystal were found to occur in the temperature range of 300–1060 K. We inferred that the weight losses were caused by the evaporation of bound water molecules and the evolution of H2CO, CO, and O2 gases from C4H4O6 molecules, and that the black residue after decomposition was composed of triiron tetraoxide (Fe3O4) and carbon.
      PubDate: Mon, 04 Jul 2022 04:26:22 +000
       
  • Synthesis of Analogues of Natural Product ‘Antheminone A’ and
           Evaluation of Their Anti-Cancer Activity

    • Abstract: Synthesis of two novel compounds (1a and 1b) derived from analogue of antheminone A (1c) and their evaluation of anti-cancer activities are hereby described. This synthesis involved a multi-step reaction sequence involving the use of natural product (-)-quinic acid (1d) and unsymmetrical dicoumarol (1e) as precursors (Figure 1). Unsymmetrical dicoumarol (1e), a potent inhibitor of NQO1 was synthesized by coupling 4-hydroxyl coumarin and an appropriate benzaldehyde. Thus, in order to facilitate drug penetration through the barriers of cell membrane to NQO1 location, compound (1e) was re-modified by coupling with an analogue of antheminone A (1c). Spectral analyses of the products were carried out in order to confirm the identity of the compounds. Interestingly, the compounds which were obtained in good to moderate yield (51-68%) exhibited toxicity against the non-small cancer cell line, A549.
      PubDate: Tue, 21 Jun 2022 08:46:51 +000
       
 
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